Trail Reviews: 1100 points
Questions Answered: 0 points
2016 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (3.5" lift, 35" tires)
2016 4 door Rubicon
3.5” Metalcloak Game Changer
Mid Arm, Fox 2.0
Adams 1310 Driveshafts
Method 105 Beadlocks
Synergy Inner C front axle gussets
Synergy HD tie rod
Fox steering stabilizer
My Garage (1)
2016 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)
Lift Size: 3.5"
Tire Size: 35"
My Trail Reviews (8) (within last 6 months)
Made it all the way through from north to south. The wall was a little muddy, but I made it up. The drifts on the bigger switchbacks are almost too deep. Had to winch quite a bit. The hard left and rock garden are covered in snow. Winch definitely required.
Ran this trail north to south, starting at 4.30 in the afternoon. Absolutely great. Very spot on trail guide here. Ran the wall straight up the center. No problem at crawl speed. Would like to revisit this trail with other rigs in order to try some different sketchier lines here with confidence. The hard left and the rock garden are rock problem solving at its best. Definitely enjoyed being at less than 10psi for this run. Also locked front and rear a lot of the time. Although don’t be discouraged if you don’t have lockers, but your buddy does.
I underestimated how deep in the woods I was at the bottom of the trail in the dark. Took Molly Brown down to highway 103. Was grateful for the gps though. Definitely plan your route back to civilization ahead of time carefully if you have no digital map on hand. Definitely recommend this trail.
Got to the trailhead at 7.30AM and saw no one except a few hikers all day. Super great trail. Would like to go back and run up and down z turn a couple hundred times. The only time we got disoriented and had to back track a little was missing the northeast side of the loop on the way back. Didn’t try the sand pit because we only had one rig, but it looks fun. Got my rear passenger wheel pretty high off the ground coming down devils crack, heading back towards the trail head. Definitely good advice to watch your line here. Will be back soon!
Slaughterhouse always presents a new line that I didn’t notice the time before...Thanks to the dirt bikers who spotted me and saved my mirror from destruction
Ran this trail uphill today. Definitely the way to go. The main steep climb is way more fun this way and I linked up with Bill Moore Lake trail and took that back down. Makes for a nice flow. The dirt was a little wet and very loose. A lot of scattered rocks that made it fun to create different lines. This trail is a basher if you send it. By the way, if you are running 35x13.50s and like to smash rocks at a good speed, and you break off your steering stabilizer...you WILL bend your stock tie rod if you continue to wheel it :)
Thanks to those who cleared the debris from this trail. No heavy wash outs, clear path and low water crossings all make this trail very approachable. Obviously exercise caution at switchbacks, but otherwise very smooth. Absolutely beautiful run. Must do.
Great time. Highly recommend. Fun rocks. Would like to go back and re-run spots to make up different lines. Plane crash is cool, but somber. The trail directions here are very complete, but an easy way for me to understand it that might help some people is:
Take the road into camp dick at the sign, turn right on 105, left on 202 and shortly thereafter, right on 203. Plane crash at the end.
Ran from the center of the park up northeast to highway 69. No problem in the sand at 15psi. Water crossings are free of debris and never went above floorboards. Thanks to those who cleared this trail out. It is a must-run for scenery and landscapes.